33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
#79
June 22, 2015


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In A Cold Sweat
Hour One: Hear this show now
Hour Two: Hear this show now

Hour One

1.   Stevedore Steve: I’m A Truck Driver (Stephen J Foote)
2.   Jay Daniels: Trucker’s Nightmare (J D McComber)
3.   Commander Cody & The Lost Planet Airmen: Truck Drivin’ Man (T Fell)
4.   Roy Payne: Willie’s Yeller Pick-Up Truck (Roy Payne)
5.   Dave Duddley: Bullshippers  (R Simpson)
6.   Stompin’ Tom Connors: Bud The Spud (TC Connors)
7.   Stew Clayton: The Yodelling Turkey
8.   Shirley Field: He Taught Me To Yodel
9.   Alberta Slim: Red River Two Step
10. Tex Lecore: Ti Bicycle
11. Buddy Knox: Early Morning Rain (Gordon Lightfoot)
12. Gordon Lightfoot: Did She Mention My Name (Gordon Lightfoot)
13. Great Western Orchestra: Cowgirl’s Lullaby
14. Hank Williams: I Could Never Be Ashamed of You (Hank Williams)
15. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: Hey Good Lookin’ (Hank Williams)
16. Patsy Cline – I Don’t Wanna
17. Lovin’ Spoonful: Nashvlle Cats (John Sebastian)
18. Dolly Parton: Baby I’m Burning
19. Lonnie Donegan: My Old Man’s A Dustman (Lonnie Donegan)
20. Chet Atkins: Django’s Castle

Hour Two

1.   Monty Python: Eric The Half a Bee
2.   Mason Profit: Stoney River
3.   The Foundations: Jerking The Dog
4.   Andrew Walter: Herrgard’s Polka
5.   Joan Armatrading: People
6.   James Brown: Cold Sweat (James Brown)
7.   David Bradstreet: Torpedoes in the Mainstream (David Bradstreet) *
8.   Barney Bentall & Legendary Hearts: Black Clouds (Barney Bentall) *
9.   Ringo Starr: Fastest Growing Heartache in the West
10. The Beatles: Act Naturally (Buck Owens)
11. The Byrds: Blue Canadian Rockies
12. Beachboys: Shut Down
13. Rodney Brown: When The Bay Turns Blue (Rodney Brown) *
14. Bachman Turner Overdrive: Stonegates (Turner) *
15. Warren Baker: Have Gun Will Travel

Now for your weekly dose of Particulars:

Hour One

Talk

1.   Stevedore Steve: I’m A Truck Driver (Stephen J Foote)
Hard Workin' Men - Boot Records BOS 7102
Saint John, NB
Produced by Jury Krytiuk - 1971
Recorded at RCA Limited Studio, Toronto
Recording & Mixing Engineer: George Semkiw
Recording Technician: "Cub" Richardson
http://www.backtothesugarcamp.com/steveindex.htm

2.   Jay Daniels: Trucker’s Nightmare (J D McComber)
45 Single: Devotion Records – WRC3-2842-L
Canada
Produced – circa 1980

3.   Commander Cody & The Lost Planet Airmen: Truck Drivin’ Man (T Fell)
Hot Licks, Cold Steel & Truckers Favorites: Paramount Records - PAS 6031
Chicago ILL
George Frayne IV (Commander Cody), K
Billy C Farlow, Harm
John Tichy G
Bill Kirchen LG
Andy Stein F
Paul Bruce Barlow B
Lance Dickerson (1948 2003) D
Bobby Black, SG.
Produced by Ozone Productions - 1972
Recorded at Peninsula Sound Studios, San Carlos CA by Dave Lear
http://www.commandercody.com/

4.   Roy Payne: Willie’s Yeller Pick-Up Truck (Roy Payne)
Willie's Yellar Pick Up Truck: RCA - KXL1-0095
Trout River NL
Produced by RCA - 1975
Recorded by Hayward Parrott at RCA's Toronto Studio
http://www.roypayne.ca

5.   Dave Duddley: Bullshippers  (R Simpson)
The Original Traveling Man: Mercury Records - SR 61365
Spencer, WI
Harold Bradley, Ray Edenton, guitars
Jerry Kennedy, Jerry Shook, Chip Young, guitars
Jerry Kennedy, Dobro
Buddy Harmoan, Drums
Bob Moore, bass
Pig Robbins, Piano
Pete Drake, steel guitar
Charlie McCoy, harmonica, vibes
Produced by Jerry Kennedy - 1972
Mastered by Gilbert Kong

TALK

6.   Stompin’ Tom Connors: Bud The Spud (TC Connors)
Bud The Spud: Dominion Records - LPS 21002 / EMI Canada - 7243 495591 2 7
Halton Hills, ON
Tom Connors, guitar, foot
Gerry Hall, guitar
Ronald McDonald, bass
Mickey Andrews, steel, drums
Produced by Dr. Tom Connors - 1969
http://www.stompintom.com

7.   Stew Clayton: The Yodelling Turkey
Country Tribute To The Stars: Sunshine SSC1 4091
Portage-La-Prairie, MB
Ron Halldorson - Denis Encontre - Marge Clayton
Produced by Stew Clayton - 1989
Recorded dby Chris Brett at Sunshine Sound Studios, Winnipeg
http://www.worldwidesunshine.com/emerchantpro/pc/YODELING-TURKEY-282p233.htm

8.   Shirley Field: He Taught Me To Yodel (Patsy Montana)
Two Sides of Shirley Field: Banff Rodeo - RBS 1168
Armstrong, BC
Produced - circa 1963
http://www.glink2.com/members/yodeler/

9.   Alberta Slim with the Bar X Ranch Boys: Red River Two Step (E C Edwards)
Alberta Slim: RCA Camden – CAL 699
Lloydminster, AB
Produced – circa 1960

Eric Charles Edwards b. Wiltshire, UK d. November 26, 2005(aged 95) Surrey, BC

TALK

10. Tex Lecore: Ti Bicycle

11. Buddy Knox: Early Morning Rain (Gordon Lightfoot)
Gypsy Man: United Artists UAS 6689
Happy, Texas
Produced by Bob Montgomery - 1968

12. Gordon Lightfoot: Did She Mention My Name (Gordon Lightfoot)
Did She Mention My Name: United Artists IAS 6649
Toronto, ON
Gordon Lightfoot: guitar, vocal
Herb Lovelle: drums
Hugh McCracken: guitar
Red Shea: guitar
John Stockfish: bass
Produced by John Simon-Groscourt - 1968
http://www.lightfoot.ca/

13. Great Western Orchestra: Cowgirl’s Lullaby  (C Church)
GWO: Centerfire Records - BFZ 80137
Turner Valley, AB
Cindy Church: vocal
Nathan Tinkham: guitars, vocal
David Wilkie: mandolin, tenor guitar, vocal
John Hyde: bass
Thom Moon: drums
Stewart MacDougall: keys
Produced by The GWO - 1989
recorded by Richard Harrow at Living Room Studios, Calgary

TALK

14. Hank Williams & His Drifing Cowboys: I Could Never Be Ashamed of You (Hank Williams)
45 single: MGM 11366
Butler County, Alabama
Hank Williams: guitar, vocal
Sammy Pruett: guitar
Cedric Rainwater : bass
Jerry Rivers: fiddle
Don Helms: steel
Produced September 1952

15. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band with Linda Ronstadt: Hey Good Lookin (Hank Williams)
Symphonion Dream: United Artists - LA 469 - G
Long Beach, CA
Jeff Hanna: guitar
John McEuen Banjo Mando, Slide Guitar
Jimmie Fadden: Drums
Jimmy Ibbotson: guitar, Keys, Accordion
Produced by William E McEuen - 1975
Recorded by Michael Denecke, Gary Mullen and William E McEuen at Applewood Recording
Studio, Golden, Colorado
http://www.nittygritty.com/

16. Patsy Cline: I Don’t Wanna (Durwood Harddock / W. S. Stevenson / Eddie Miller)
A Legend: Everest Records – EV 5223
Gore VA
Album Produced 1963
Song Produced by Owen Bradley – 1957

Virginia Patterson Hensley September 8, 1932 Gore, Virginia d. March 5, 1963 (aged 30) near Camden, TN

17. Lovin’ Spoonful: Nashvlle Cats (John Sebastian)
45 Single: Kama Sutra – KA 219X
New York City
John Sebastian: guitar
Zal Yanovsky: lead guitar, electric gorgle, vocal
Steve Boone: bass
Joe Butler: drums
Produced by Eric Jacobsen – 1966
Recorded by by Roy Halee

John Sebastian said of "Nashville Cats" — which made No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 — "We thought our version would cross over to the country market. It never did. So we're always kind, gee, well I guess that tells us what we are and what we aren't." Flatt & Scruggs took "Nashville Cats" to No. 54 on the country charts as a single.
Zal Yanovsky December 19, 1944 Toronto, Ontario, Canada  d. Kingston December 13, 2002 (aged 57)
Ran Chez Piggy restaurant in Kingston till he died

TALK

18. Dolly Parton: Baby I’m Burning (Dolly Parton)
Heartbreaker: RCA - PL 12797
Rural Tennessee
Dolly Parton – vocals, guitar
David Wolfert – guitar
Dean Parks – guitar
Jeff Baxter – guitar
Al Perkins – pedal steel guitar
David Hungate – bass
Paulinho Da Costa – drums, conga
Gregg Perry – piano
David Foster – piano
Michael Omartian – piano
David Paich – piano
Mac Rebennack – piano
Bill Reichenbach – trombone
Produced by Gary Klein – 1978

Dolly Rebecca Parton (born January 19, 1946 Sevier County, Tennessee

19. Lonnie Donegan & His Skiffle Group: My Old Man’s A Dustman (Lonnie Donegan / Peter Buchanan, Beverly Thorn)
A Golden Age of Donegan: Marble Arch Records – MALS 636
London UK
Compilation Album produced - 1962
Song Produced - Feb 1960

Anthony James Donegan (b. Glasgow 29 April 1931 – d. Market Deeping UK 3 November 2002),

20. Chet Atkins: Django’s Castle (Django Reinhardt)
The Best of Chet Atkins: RCA Victor – LPM-2887
Nashville TN
Produced by Chet Atkins - 1964

Hour Two

1.   Monty Python’s Flying Circus: Eric The Half a Bee (Monty Python)
Record Collection: The Famous Charisma Label 9211-1134
John Cleese, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam, Simon Williams, Terry Jones, Graham Chapman, Michael Palin
Produced 1977

2.   Mason Profit: Stoney River
Bareback Rider: WB BS2704
USA
Terry Talbot: guitar, banjo, mandolin, kazoo, vocals
John Talbot: guitars, mandolin, steel, vocal
The Creeper Fkurnow: piano
Bill Cunningham: fiddle, mandolin, guitars, steel drum
Tim Ayres: bass
Art Nash: drums
Kink Schnitzner: electric guitar
Tom Radtke: percussion
Produced by Bill Halverson, 1973
Recorded by Bill Halverson at Paragon Studios, Chicago & The Record Plant, Los Angeles
 

3.   The Foundations: Jerking The Dog (J Shaw)
Baby, Now That Ive Found You: Uni 73016
London UK
Clem Curtis: vocals
Eric Allan Dale: trombone
Pat Burke: tenor sax, flute
Mike Elliot: tenor sax
Tony Gomez: organ
Tim Harris: drums
Peter MacBeth: bass
Alan Warner: guitar
Produced by Tony MacAulay 1967

Formed 1967 this is their debut release sold 3 million

TALK

4.   Andrew Walter: Herrgard’s Polka (Trad)
Scandinavian Dance Party: Arc Records – 845
Sweden
Produced – circa 1970

Anders Valter Persson born on 25 September 1914 in Gaddede [1] in northern Sweden , died on 2 January 1978 in Johanneshov
debuted on radio in 1934 and won the Championship in the accordion in 1937

5.   Joan Armatrading: People (Joan Armatrading)
Joan Armatrading: A&M Records – SP 4588
Birmingham, UK
Joan Armatrading – vocals, guitar
Jerry Donahue – guitar
Bryn Haworth – guitar
Jimmy Jewell – saxophone
Dave Markee – bass guitar
Tony Carr – drums
B.J. Cole – steel guitar
Graham Lyle – guitar
Dave Mattacks – drums
Brian Rogers – strings
Peter Wood – organ, piano
Kenney Jones – drums
Leroy Champaign – background vocals
Produced by Glyn Johns – 1976
Recorded by Glyn Johns at Olympic Studios, London
www.joanarmatrading.com

b. 9 December 1950, Basseterre, Saint Kitts.  Family moved to Birmingham, UK in 1954
age of 14, Armatrading began writing songs. Scouted by John Peel for his BBC radio show 1972,  This was her 3rd LP   Producer Glyn Johns produced The Who, Stones, The 1st Led Zepplin LP, The Eagles, Clapton, Dylan etc

6.  James Brown: Cold Sweat (James Brown)
Sweat (James Brown / Alfred Ellis)
30 Golden Hits: Polydor – MIPD-2-9387
Atlanta GA
James Brown - lead vocal
Waymond Reed - trumpet
Joe Dupars - trumpet
Levi Rasbury - trombone
Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis - alto saxophone
Maceo Parker - tenor saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - baritone saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Alphonso "Country" Kellum - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Clyde Stubblefield - drums
Produced by James Brown & Jerry Wexler - 1967
Recorded at King Studios, Cincinnati OH May 1967
James Joseph Brown (b. Toccoa GA May 3, 1933 – d. Atlanta CA December 25, 2006

TALK

7.   David Bradstreet: Torpedoes in the Mainstream (David Bradstreet) *
Black & White: Street Records – SR001
b. London UK / Toronto ON
David Bradstreet, guitars
Carl Keesee, bass
Bill Dillon, guitars
Bucky Berger, drums
Produced by David Bradstreet and Carl Keesee – 1980
Mastered by George Graves at Lacquer Channel, Toronto

8.   Barney Bentall & Legendary Hearts: Black Clouds (Gary Fraser / Barney Bentall)
Barney Bentall & The Legendary Hearts: Epic Records – BPEC 80131
Vancouver BC
Barney Bentall: guitar, vocal
Cam Bowman: keys, vocals
Jack Guppy: drums
Barry Muir: bass
Colin Naime: guitar
Produced by David Tickle – 1988
Recorded and mixed by David Tickle at Mushroom Studios, Vancouver

9.   Ringo Starr: Fastest Growing Heartache in the West West (L Kingston / F Dycus)
Beaucoups Of Blues: Apple Records – SMAS 3368
Liverpool UK
Ringo Starr – vocals, drums, acoustic guitar
Jim Buchanan – fiddle
Charlie Daniels – guitar
Pete Drake – pedal steel guitar
D.J. Fontana – drums
Buddy Harman – bass guitar
Chuck Howard – guitar
Roy Huskey Jnr – bass guitar
The Jordanaires – backing vocals
Ben Keith – pedal steel guitar
Jeannie Kendal – backing vocals on "I Wouldn't Have You Any Other Way"
Jerry Kennedy – guitar
Dave Kirby – guitar
Grover Lavernder – fiddle
Charlie McCoy – harmonica
Sorrells Pickard – guitar
Jerry Reed – guitar
George Richey – fiddle
Jerry Shook – guitar
Produced by Pete Drake – 1970
Recorded by Scottie Moore 30 June and 1 July 1970 at Music City Recorders, Nashville, Tennessee
Released 28 September 1970

Ringo’s 1st album (Sentimental Journey)

10. The Beatles: Act Naturally (Johnny Russell & Voni Morrison)
The Beatles’ Yesterday & Today: Capitol Records of Canada – T 2553
Liverpool UK
John Lennon: guitar
Paul McCartney: bass
George Harrison: lead guitar
Ringo Starr: drums, vocal
Produced by George Martin - 1966
Recorded by George Martin at Abby Road Studios, London

Buck Owens hit in 1963 –
Released on B side of Yesterday Sept 1965 – Ringo singing

11. The Byrds: Blue Canadian Rockies (Cindy Walker)
Sweetheart of the Rodeo: Coilumbia Records – CS 9670
Los Angeles CA
Roger McGuinn: guitar, banjo
Chris Hillman: bass, mandolin, lead vocal
Gram Parsons: guitar, piano, vocal
Kevin Kelly: drums
Earl P Ball: piano
Lloyd Green: steel
Roy M Huskey: bass
Jaydee Maness: steel
Clarence White: guitar
Produced by Gary Usher – 1968
Recorded by Roy Halee & Charlie Bragg

Cindy Walker 1918-2006
This was recorded after The Notorious Byrd Brothers. Mike Clark & David Crosby had just left the band, replaced by Kevin Kelly & Gram Parsons.

TALK

12. Beachboys: Shut Down  (Brian Wilson / Roger Christianson)
Surfin USA: Capitol Canada T 1890
Hawthrorne CA
Brian Wilson - lead, harmony and backing vocals; bass guitar; keyboard, celeste; glockenspiel
Mike Love - lead, harmony and backing vocals; saxophone
David Marks - rhythm guitar
Carl Wilson - harmony and backing vocals; lead guitar
Dennis Wilson - harmony and backing vocals; drums
Produced by Nick Venet 1963
Recorded at Capitol and Western Studios, California

13. Rodney Brown: When The Bay Turns Blue (Rodney Brown) *
When The Bay Turns Blue: North Track Records NT-03
Thunder Bay ON
Rodney Brown: vocal, guitar
Wendy Davis: vocals
Wayne Breiland: drums
Tom Sinkins: bass
Lauri Conger: keys
Sean Mundy: organ, harmonica, classical guitar
Damon Dowbak: mandolin
Zeke Mazurek: violin
Kim Deschamps: pedal steel
Rene Fortier: percussion
Produced by Ian Tamblyn 1980
Recorded by Roger Grant at Studio Passeport, Hull QC

14. Bachman Turner Overdrive: Stonegates (CF Turner) *
Bachman-Turner Overdrive: Mercury Records SRM-1-696
Winnipeg MB
C F Turner: bass, vocals
Randy Bachman: lead guitar, vocals
Tim Bachman: second lead guitar
Rob Bachman: drums
Produced by Randy Bachman 1973
Recorded by Buzz Richmond and Marc Sterling at Kaye-Smith Studios, Seattle WA

TALK

15. Warren Baker: Have Gun Will Travel TV Guide Orchestra: Have Gun Will Travel (Bernard Hermann)
Top Television Thems: Warner Brothers W 1290
Oakland CA
Warren Barker: arranger
Frank Comstock: conductor
Produced 1959

Bernard Hermann - Born: June 29th, 1911 at New York, USA.
Death : December 24th, 1975 at Los Angeles, USA.
The man behind the famous soundtracks for Psycho, North by Northwest, Taxi Driver and Citizen Kane. Bernard Herrmann passed away the same day that he finished the score for Taxi Driver.

Warren Barker
Born: April 16, 1923, Oakland, California
Died: August 3, 2006, Greenville, South Carolina
Frank Comstock
Born September 20th 1922, San Diego, California.
Composer, arranger, conductor and trombonist.



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